Reservoir characterization

Correlation-Based Localization Effective in Ensemble-Based History Matching

To enhance the applicability of localization to various history-matching problems, the authors adopt an adaptive localization scheme that exploits the correlations between model variables and observations.

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Ensemble-based methods are considered to be state-of-the-art history-matching algorithms. However, in practice, they often suffer from ensemble collapse, a phenomenon that deteriorates history-matching performance. An ensemble history-matching algorithm is equipped customarily with a localization scheme to prevent ensemble collapse. To enhance the applicability of localization to various history-matching problems, the authors adopt an adaptive localization scheme that exploits the correlations between model variables and observations.

Introduction

In the current work, the authors focus on adopting an efficient adaptive localization scheme, previously established in the literature, for the full Norne Field case study.

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